This week’s Tip by Chris Widener reminds us that leaders are needed. Others are depending on you to take on your leadership role. What’s stopping you?
This week’s Tip provides 6 questions to ask yourself as you consider how you did on your 2012 goals and how that time of reflection can help in setting your 2013 goals. See the What’s New section for a process to capture your accomplishments and set your goals.
“How do I share my ideas so that my team sees what I see?” James asked at the beginning of our coaching session last week. This week’s Tip by Peter Jensen discusses the importance of communicating using imagery to enhance performance.
December is filled with holiday parties. Be strategic this year. In addition to spending time with colleagues in a relaxed atmosphere, use this time to connect with people who could be mentors for you. Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch provide suggestions on how to find a mentor and then capitalize on the relationship.
Are you the type of person who, when confronted with an opportunity, always says, “Let’s go for it!”? Or are you the type who holds back, examining the pros and cons before making a decision? This week’s Tip explores how the second, more cautious type can become more comfortable with taking risks.
Here in the U.S. next week is Thanksgiving. This week’s Tip by Loren Ekroth provides suggestions for having meaningful conversations during this holiday.
The topic of balance has been coming up in a number of recent coaching calls. Questions posed are: Is there such a thing? How do I get more of it? As a business owner/CEO, don’t I get to design my day? This week’s Tip by Todd Duncan makes the assertion that you are never actually balanced. Bummer! Read below to find out why.
Are you a “confidence” player? There is a huge difference in how you show up and perform when you are confident vs. not confident. This week’s Tip by Simon Tyler provides some steps to make a positive shift to confidence.
My life has recently improved because I asked for help (much later than I could have). This week’s Tip poses four reasons why you, too, may not be asking for help. Read on to see the benefit of reconsidering this philosophy.
This week’s Tip by Steve Straus, on considering the impact I am having, resonated for me. Sometimes I forget or lose touch with this knowledge. And then, I am reminded – a prior client calls to say thank you. Or, I close my eyes and breathe and remember I chose the work I do for a reason and get back in touch with that feeling and knowing. Do you know the impact you are having?